Abstract: On Mechanisms of Human Behaviour: Legends of Desirable Anti-Entropy Deficiency Phenomenon Theory

The main targets of a human being are to achieve pleasure, gladness, delight, enjoyment, and happiness. Most techniques for contentment are simple, and include legitimate every day well-being. Unfortunately, many individuals are not content with a routine lifestyle as they feel that such a lifestyle lacks stimuli to brain mechanisms and does not provide a feeling of well-being.

Any stimulus, such as an event, product, achievement, wealth, sense, thought, conception, or anything that may have value for a human being can be defined as anti-entropy in contrast to entropy that is a degree of chaos. Individuals who cannot enjoy and be happy with a routine lifestyle are defined as having anti-entropy deficiency phenomenon.

Such individuals may experience abnormal behaviour that occasionally can lead to psychopathy, or sickness. Causes of anti-entropy deficiency phenomenon may be a genetic, or an acquired deficiency of brain mechanisms that provide feelings of well-being, enjoyment and happiness in a routine lifestyle. As a compensatory mechanism, individuals suffering from anti-entropy deficiency phenomenon may create in their psyche and emotional life, legends of desirable anti-entropy that could at times be harmful to them or their surroundings.

To define, recognize and diagnose the legends of anti-entropy deficiency phenomenon could facilitate in coping with more abnormal human behaviour, crime and sickness.

Key words: Human behaviour, Anti-entropy, Legends of desirable anti-entropy, Well-being, Happiness